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Category Archives: Catholic Writing and Publishing
Step Nine – Make direct amends to fellow writers, publishers, illustrators, family or readers that I may have harmed wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. During our last step, I asked you to make … Continue reading
The CWG Prayer Chain Post is a weekly post for members to include their special intentions by adding a comment. Ephesians 5:8-14 You were darkness once, but now you are light in the Lord; behave as children of light, for … Continue reading
Lent invites us to refresh our souls, to refocus our lives, to set things right. Rejoice! by Louis Evely, has a way of growing us out of our comfort zones into the light. It challenges us to lift our crosses … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but for me there are certain “things” that kind of stick themselves to my recall, my brain. I can’t get rid of them and they rise in my consciousness over and over until I “do … Continue reading
The CWG Prayer Chain Post is a weekly post for members to include their special intentions by adding a comment. Exodus 17:3-7 But tormented by thirst, the people complained to Moses. ‘Why did you bring us out of Egypt,’ they … Continue reading
This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guildie Cathy Gilmore’s book with Carol Benoist (a Sister duo), “Easter Bunny’s Amazing Day.” It has an imprimatur. Easter’s iconic bunny becomes a beloved disciple of Jesus in this beautifully illustrated hardcover … Continue reading
I like to drink. Beer. Good beer. I especially enjoy the ice cold variety in a frosty mug. The presence of good friends magnifies my enjoyment of this activity many, many times. I think a lot of you may appreciate this. Maybe … Continue reading
It’s Lent not November. By now you have at least pondered how you will try to alter your prayer and faith life for the good. You may or may have not been successful up to this point, the first week … Continue reading
As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace. –1 Peter 4:10 The Deacon gave his homily on Mt. 24:14-30, the parable of the talents. He presented the talents … Continue reading